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The top leaders from the world's biggest technology companies pressed their case for reform of the National Security Agency's controversial surveillance operations at a meeting with President Obama on Tuesday, resisting attempts by the White House to portray the encounter as a wide-ranging discussion of broader priorities.
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, left, meet with U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman , U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and other members of Obama's Cabinet, in this Dec. 16 photo.
Biden says Congress has a moral and economic imperative to offer a pathway to citizenship for "11 million immigrants" living in the country illegally.
President Obama will meet with tech leaders-including CEO's from Apple, Google, Twitter, and Dropbox-Tuesday morning at the White House.
A lawyer for Vice President Joe Biden's niece says she's undergoing treatment after her arrest on charges she scuffled with New York City police.
A lawyer says a niece of Vice President Joe Biden is undergoing treatment after she was charged with scuffling with New York City police.
New at the White House: Vice President Joe Biden hugged Katherine Archuleta, the new director of the Office of Personnel Management, as her daughter, Graciela Gonzales, far left, and husband, Edmundo Gonzales, far right, applauded during a confirmation ceremony in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Monday.
The interests of the U.S. military-industrial complex appear to take precedence over U.S. national interests and human rights concerns, a recent transfer of fighter jets to Pakistan shows.
Vice President Joe Biden has hired former Obama campaign operative Greg Schultz as his new senior advisor, part of a staff reshuffle necessitated by the departure of his chief of staff.
The railroad industry brags in its national publicity campaign that it spends billions of dollars improving its infrastructure "so taxpayers don't have to."
The negotiations among the U.S., Canada, and 10 countries in the Asia-Pacific region initially aimed for an agreement by the end of the year, but are now likely to continue in 2014.
Sure, he likely didn't mean anything overtly sexual by it. But Vice President Joe Biden is a folksy kind of guy who has officially entered dirty old man territory and done something sure to elicit laughs within the White House Press Corps.
Via the Daily Caller , The Hill's White House Correspondent Amie Parnes gets a personal holiday greeting from Vice President Joe Biden: For most people's tastes he's grazing way too close to the vicinity of her abdomen.
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If you're an optimist, you can be comforted by the fact that, in Mitt Romney, the Republican Party has a candidate so unpopular that even with a huge money advantage, Romney cannot be sold to the American people as a plausible alternative to President Obama.
No other potential candidate from either party can touch that, and favorability is usually the early predictor of ballot strength, said Washington, D.C.-based Republican John Brabender, who was Rick Santorum's senior strategist in the 2012 campaign.